Roseanna Diasportrait credit OLUMEDIA
Talks & Seminars

Roseanna Dias - online talk

Rosean­na Dias will talk about her expe­ri­ences of nav­i­gat­ing grass­roots cul­tur­al engage­ment & co-cre­ation & set­ting up her new busi­ness, Stu­dio Susegad

Tuesday 7 June 2022, 6.30pm-8pm, on zoom

CAMP members free / non members £3 / Plymouth College of Art students free / Plymouth University art students free

For this online talk, Roseanna Dias will talk a bit about her experiences of navigating grassroots cultural engagement and co-creation, and setting up her new business, Studio Susegad. Come ask questions and spend some time reflecting individually and collectively.

Roseanna Dias is a Bristol based producer, curator and facilitator interested in creativity, care and social change. She co-creates action research, engagement programmes and events with communities, creatives aged 18-30, BIPOC artists, and those in creative tech.

She curates as part of Turner Prize nominated group gentle/radical for their Film Club and their evolving training series on where healing justice and cultural practice meet. Over the last four years she has worked as a Producer for Rising Arts Agency on their radical leadership programme BE IT, their Resourcing Racial Justice programme, and action-research project Whose Culture?.

In 2019-2020 she undertook a year long Research Fellowship for Digital Placemaking (the relationship between people, place and technology) with Bristol and Bath Clusters R&D Programme focusing on creating digital/hybrid spaces and digital placemaking processes that centre care for creatives and changemakers.

Currently she is co-lead of a UK wide collective imagination initiative called UnEarthed and co-curator of the Creativity + Care programme at Knowle West Media Centre. In Summer 2022 she will be launching Studio Susegad, a new home for creative production centring care and rest.

This talk will take place on Zoom, using video & audio, and you can participate during the Q and A session after the talk (either by voice or text chat). You are very welcome to bring a support worker with you to the session (just let us know by email after you book so we can share the Zoom link with them too). There is live-captioning (words pop up as they are spoken).
Roseanna Diasportrait credit OLUMEDIA